Once removing the side panel you are greeting with a somewhat different look to your typical case. The first thing you may notice is the notches cut into the motherboard tray. These are there for cable management with the zip ties included with the case. A whole sectioned where the CPU cooler would sit is also removed so that you can easily change CPU coolers without having to remove the motherboard. Towards the front of the case are five internal 3.5″ drive bays which face towards the side panel. The 120mm blue LED fan will provide sufficient cooling over the drives placed in these bays.
Above the internal 3.5″ bays are the five external 5.25″ drive bays. Each bay has its own tool free latching device to secure the drives into position.
Towards the rear of the case are the power supply slot and a mesh grate placed on the bottom of the case to allow the power supply fan to blow out of the case. Above that are the seven expansion cards with tool-free latching system.
Towards the top of the case is a plain black 140mm fan which is used as an exhaust for the case. When you’re ready for the installation you will be prepared with all the necessary hardware and operator’s manual provided with the case.